INC. MAGAZINEJuly, 01 2009 Archives
How to Build Your Dream Company
Here's how 10 savvy entrepreneurs got their dream companies up and running – and how you can do the same.
Bill Niman’s Next Move
The natural-meat pioneer strikes back with a new company, BN Ranch -- and something to prove
How I Did It: Serial Entrepreneur Richard Heckmann
Buy fearlessly, sell ruthlessly, repeat regularly. How Richard Heckmann takes struggling companies and sells them for billions
Special Financial Report: Employee Compensation
What should you pay employees in this crazy job market? A look at the new rules of compensation
Case Study: When Your Bank Stops Lending
When Able Planet's bank pulled his $2.5 million line of credit, founder Kevin Semcken had to think fast.
Behind the Scenes
The Business of the Museum
A look at companies that helped to create a dinosaur exhibit at Pittsburgh's natural history museum
A New Electric Motorcycle Hits the Road
A start-up company named Brammo introduces the Enertia, a battery-powered motorcycle
Good Domain Names Grow Scarce
Most of the good, short words you would want for making a great domain name are already taken
Inc. Ticker: Entrepreneurs in the News
The latest news on Seventh Generation, E Ink, and Grameen Bank
Review: The Cost of Bad Behavior
In The Cost of Bad Behavior, Christine Pearson and Christine Porath argue that office incivility is contagious
Should You Hire Your Kid?
Author and entrepreneur Allen Fishman explains the perils of hiring your own kids
Blogger Logic: Steve Blank on fancy new offices
Blogger Steve Blank writes that new office space is more of a distraction than a morale booster
Business for Sale: A Minnesota Bowling Alley
This 24-lane bowling center in Duluth, Minnesota, is priced at $2.4 million
CEO Passions: Gold Prospecting
Randy Garrett, CEO of Mainline Contracting, Pans for Gold -- But He's Not in It for the Money
Innovation: A New Method of Irrigation
Absorbent Technologies creates Zeba, an agricultural superabsorbent that absorbs and releases water in soil
The Best New E-Book Readers
From the Kindle to Plastic Logic, the latest e-Book readers
The Palm Pre Takes On the iPhone 3G S
How does the new Palm Pre Smartphone stack up to the iPhone 3G S?
How Twitter Helps a CEO Run His Company
Pingg CEO Lorien Gabel praises the social networking tool Twitter for helping him gain feedback about his company
Readers Review Their Favorite Tech Tools
How entrepreneurs boost their business with Yahoo! Answers and the Verizon Network Extender
Sleep Tight -- Even in Flight
A look at the best ergonomic travel pillows
The Best Websites for Frequent Travelers
Save money and time with these travel-planning websites
The Return of the Walkman
Sony challenges the iPod Touch with its new X Series Walkman.
A Server That Does Double Duty
The HP MediaSmart is a good tool for home or office
A Business Guide to Energy Conservation
How to use less energy and lower your business's utility bills
Management Advice from Entrepreneur Norm Brodsky
Veteran entrepreneur Norm Brodsky answers readers questions about retirement, selling a business, and more.
How Hard Could It Be?
Joel Spolsky: The Day My Industry Died
A decade ago, everybody was starting a Web consulting business, so I did too. Then, one day, the industry died. Does that sound familiar?
Meg Cadoux Hirshberg
Living with a BlackBerry Addict
Meg Cadoux Hirshberg writes about how her husband, Stonyfield Farm's Gary Hirshberg, never lets his BlackBerry leave his side.
Obituary: Lettuce Magnate John Tanimura, 1920-2009
Remembering John Tanimura, founder of Tanimura & Antle, the nation's biggest lettuce grower.